Food inc - Kit Chow HWS 333(Extra Credit Food Inc Food Inc is a documentary film recommended to view in this course Prof Truce urged students to go

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Kit Chow HWS 333 (Extra Credit) Food Inc. Food Inc . is a documentary film recommended to view in this course. Prof. Truce urged students to go see it at the Art Mission Theater . There are many reasons why I went, and I was glad that I made it to see such powerful film . Whether it was for the sake of curiosity, or for the better knowledge of health and understanding of where our food comes from, I was fortunate to go the day before it goes off the screen . Located at downtown on Prospect St . the theater is a relatively small one. Admission is $7 for BU student . Upon entrance, I was impressed with the atmosphere. The painting of the wall and the set up of the whole place just seemed very artistic to me . I sat down inside the theater along with a few others and was ready to find out what Food Inc . is all about. The film started off with a visual tour around Wal-Mart . Wal-Mart is the biggest grocery chain store in America that houses over 47,000 products . Robert Kenner, the director of the film did a great job starting off the film by introducing the idea of having
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2010 for the course HWS 333 taught by Professor Truce during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Buffalo.

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Food inc - Kit Chow HWS 333(Extra Credit Food Inc Food Inc is a documentary film recommended to view in this course Prof Truce urged students to go

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